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Inspiration for a timeless gray tile freestanding bathtub remodel in San Francisco with recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets and gray walls

BathroomsTraditional Bathroom, San Francisco

Julie Mifsud Interior Design www.juliemifsuddesign.com/

Inspiration for a timeless gray tile freestanding bathtub remodel in San Francisco with recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets and gray walls —  Houzz

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dameece wrote:Jun 6, 2015
Who makes the arabesque tile

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    Trudy Connor

    what are the dimensions of the shower?

  • jimisam

    I love the light fixture over the tub. can you tell me where you got it?

dameece wrote:Jun 6, 2015
What is the name of this arabesque tile

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    Artistic Tile & Stone

    We had a waterjet company that we work with cut the arabesque tiles out of White Oak in a random mix for the “O’s” and Athens Gray for the “x’s”. The finished pattern was mounted on mesh for final installation.

  • KellieM

    Check Raffi- they offer marble in Arabesque

msspatz wrote:Jul 14, 2015
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    Artistic Tile & Stone

    Unfortunately I don't have the information for the cabinets. You can contact the Interior Designer for this project, her name is Julie Mifsud and the website is www.juliemifsuddesign.com/

  • msspatz

    Thank you!

Melinda wrote:Jul 18, 2015
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    Artistic Tile & Stone

    Hello,

    This floor tile is called White Oak. We ordered it in a 12x24 size and sent it out to be cut into 6x24. If you have any other questions please let me know.


    Thank you!

  • Lisa Dinicol

    The floor tile and the tile on the outside of the shower look the same but different sizes, is this correct? So the floor is 6x24 but what are the walls? Thank you!

misshaley wrote:Aug 2, 2015
jackiecaldwell wrote:Sep 1, 2015
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    Artistic Tile & Stone

    Hi!

    The tile used on this project is called White Oak. Unfortunately we do not have information on the paint colors, we provided the tile on this project. For more information regarding the paint please contact Julie Mifsud www.juliemifsudedesign.com

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    The Builder Depot

    I love the bathroom floor tiles. It is a great look many Boutique retailers offers a similar product I think theirs is called Silver Cloud. To our knowledge this particular vein cut marble limestone has over 50 different names in the USA.

    Another classic example of this confusing industry. We have seen Arabesque versions of this for sale at $86.00 a square foot!!! That is pricey.

    It is an old and unhelpful supply chain that is creates these high costs. Traditionally (and this has been going on for decades) the process is 4-5 steps along that way or the journey to the USA. Everyone is adding 100% markup and there you have it, by the time it reaches that beautiful and expensive retailer (another cost issue). A product that should be sold and add value to American homeowners and their properties, ends up wasted or just lost in a supply chain that does not need to be this long.

    IT IS NOT the retailers fault as he just ends up with a cost. It is all those hands in the pot. All those extra steps in an old fashioned supply chain.

    To us this is not right, especially if we can improve the supply chain and remove the middlemen from a very wasteful system.

    Our version of a 6x24" is $7.45/sf. Call it what you will, white oak, silver cloud, silver limestone it is all vein cut natural stone, it is the vein cut process that creates the incredible wood look effect. We have taken the supply chain down to 2 steps from us to you that is how we can offer lower prices.

    Our goal is to provide consumers a choice. You can:

    1. Pay significantly more and waste it in a inefficient supply chain, or....
    2. Pay less and you add value to your own home

    For example a 2" Hexagon in this similar material is $11.75/sf and a 1x3" Herringbone is $12.95/sf you would pay $30 to $50 a square foot in a Boutique Tile and Stone retailer.

    It would be nice for consumers to add value back into their homes. Instead of just throwing money away on supply chain inefficiencies. So from us Happy saving!!

    Here are a few screenshots of our collection.

    We call ours White Oak Collection as the marble when it is cut along the vein has a white oak or wood look appearance. This quarry was going to launch in 2007, but that was put on hold due to the 2008 collapse. But went full steam ahead from 2012 onwards. It is an incredible product and the maintenance factor is wonderful as the product and veining seem to hide watermarks, making this a very popular stone in premium hotels and resorts worldwide. So if you are looking for a similar 5 start bathroom retreat, we have a collection that offers value and selection.

    Vein cut white oak in 6x24" and 2" Hexagon along with bullnose (we never forget those pesky trims).

    Prices valid on this post throughout 2016 it maybe longer but we have to give a date.

ltgal123 wrote:Sep 2, 2015
Can you tell me the paint color on the wall (over the tub)?

zm_starlight wrote:Sep 6, 2015
how can i do save this image?

    zm_starlight wrote:Sep 6, 2015
    how can i do save this image?

    • Kristina
      You already have :)
    hgs3 wrote:Sep 9, 2015
    Love the flooring! What is the grout color?

      suewayne419 wrote:Sep 18, 2015
      Where can I buy light

        sspapi wrote:Sep 22, 2015
          Vicki Cancialosi wrote:Sep 23, 2015
          Can you tell me the name of the tile in and out of the shower? Is it

          C C wrote:Sep 24, 2015
          • ryanbredemeyer

            I called up the designer Julie, she said all custom cabinetry.

          Christina McAlpin wrote:Oct 1, 2015
            IWillLiveThroughIt wrote:Oct 4, 2015
              amberchang1 wrote:Oct 4, 2015
              Where do I get that tub?

                amberchang1 wrote:Oct 4, 2015
                Where can I get that tub?

                • Kim Heckler

                  Is this an Elizabethan tub?

                • 13nauset

                  Can you tell me the manufacturer of the Tub?

                Diane Rogers wrote:Oct 6, 2015
                  edixon10 wrote:Oct 6, 2015
                  what is the paint color on walls?

                  • Daniela T.

                    What is the wall tile in the shower?

                  • janicenajor
                    I am really interested in the shower tile inside and out . Can you provide the make and name of the tile . I am in the process of remodeling my bathroom

                    Thank you
                    Janice
                  Beth Connolly-Diaz wrote:Oct 15, 2015
                  • nikkimaclellan
                    I believe the poster of the photo, Artistic Tile & Stone, provided the tiles. They answered another question saying that they did not know about the paint/fixtures as the only supplied the tile.
                  Tracey Gurizzian wrote:Oct 16, 2015
                  what is the paint color in the walls?

                  - Paint color?

                    nic8comp wrote:Oct 19, 2015
                    What is the paint color in bathroom?

                      kristensch1 wrote:Oct 24, 2015
                      What size is that shower?

                        Mike Slivers wrote:Oct 25, 2015
                        Where are the tiles in the shower from?

                          Leslie Tomas wrote:Oct 25, 2015
                          where can I get the globe light fixture?

                          • A B
                            lamps plus has something similar
                          • A B
                            or this one
                          Interior Motifs, Inc. wrote:Oct 28, 2015
                          Where the back shower wall tile from?

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                            Artistic Tile & Stone

                            We had a waterjet company that we work with cut the arabesque tiles out
                            of White Oak in a random mix for the “O’s” and Athens Gray for the
                            “x’s”. The finished pattern was mounted on mesh for final installation.

                          • PRO
                            The Builder Depot

                            Water Jet can run you up a small fortune it is an incredible process and you can make some incredible designs, but I would not use water jet for the shape. Paying $60 to $100 a Square Foot for Water Jet is something you need to save for that is very intricate and detailed.

                            A far more affordable solution would be this Arabesque cut for $16.95 in Silver Cream Athens Gray.

                            This $16.95 a Square Foot product can be found here part of our larger collection of 25 different products of Silver Cream White Oak Marble tile.


                          Karen Hardy wrote:Nov 18, 2015
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                            The Builder Depot

                            I love the bathroom floor tiles. It is a great look many Boutique retailers offers a similar product I think theirs is called Silver Cloud. To our knowledge this particular vein cut marble limestone has over 50 different names in the USA.

                            Another classic example of this confusing industry. We have seen Arabesque versions of this for sale at $86.00 a square foot!!! That is pricey.

                            It is an old and unhelpful supply chain that is creates these high costs. Traditionally (and this has been going on for decades) the process is 4-5 steps along that way or the journey to the USA. Everyone is adding 100% markup and there you have it, by the time it reaches that beautiful and expensive retailer (another cost issue). A product that should be sold and add value to American homeowners and their properties, ends up wasted or just lost in a supply chain that does not need to be this long.

                            IT IS NOT the retailers fault as he just ends up with a cost. It is all those hands in the pot. All those extra steps in an old fashioned supply chain.

                            To us this is not right, especially if we can improve the supply chain and remove the middlemen from a very wasteful system.

                            Our version of a 6x24" is $7.45/sf. Call it what you will, white oak, silver cloud, silver limestone it is all vein cut natural stone, it is the vein cut process that creates the incredible wood look effect. We have taken the supply chain down to 2 steps from us to you that is how we can offer lower prices.

                            Our goal is to provide consumers a choice. You can:

                            1. Pay significantly more and waste it in a inefficient supply chain, or....
                            2. Pay less and you add value to your own home

                            For example a 2" Hexagon in this similar material is $11.75/sf and a 1x3" Herringbone is $12.95/sf you would pay $30 to $50 a square foot in a Boutique Tile and Stone retailer.

                            It would be nice for consumers to add value back into their homes. Instead of just throwing money away on supply chain inefficiencies. So from us Happy saving!!

                            Here are a few screenshots of our collection.

                            We call ours White Oak Collection as the marble when it is cut along the vein has a white oak or wood look appearance. This quarry was going to launch in 2007, but that was put on hold due to the 2008 collapse. But went full steam ahead from 2012 onwards. It is an incredible product and the maintenance factor is wonderful as the product and veining seem to hide watermarks, making this a very popular stone in premium hotels and resorts worldwide. So if you are looking for a similar 5 start bathroom retreat, we have a collection that offers value and selection.

                            Vein cut white oak in 6x24" and 2" Hexagon along with bullnose (we never forget those pesky trims).

                            Prices valid on this post throughout 2016 it maybe longer but we have to give a date.

                          sherrydanika wrote:Dec 23, 2015
                          What is the height of the half wall, and width of opening?

                            marciemania wrote:Jan 10, 2016
                            Where can I buy the linen cabinet?

                            • ruth7373
                              I'm not a designer but I saw kitchen cabinets like that from Kitchen Aid Cabinets. You could probably build something that linen cabinet
                            • kep721

                              Did you find out where to purchase the cabinet?

                            terebid wrote:Jan 18, 2016
                            What s the size of the shower area? Thanks!

                              marlenezh wrote:Jan 23, 2016
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                                Landmark Builders LLC

                                The tile is called "White Oak" by MSI stone.

                              • PRO
                                The Builder Depot

                                White Oak is a great product except for the confusion over the name. Ann Sacks calls it Silver Cream, other call is silver cloud, another Athens Gray and Bedrosians are calling it Ashen Gray. It is all from the same quarry/region. The names are all part of marketing confusion to presumably justify the high prices. Not entirely sure.

                                This is a beautiful marble but it is relatively inexpensive. Here are some examples:

                                Call it what you will! White Oak or Silver Cream it is $6.75 a Square Foot for the 12x24" tile. Here. With the amount of containers we buy, the quality is excellent as we are the only Google Trusted Store to actually be selling it.

                                We have some great room scenes of the 12x24" and even a blog post of it being installed with out Whisper White Arabesque Tile in the shower here.

                                Mosaics and trims make a great collection and we have them all from $10.95 a Square Foot.

                                Mosaics of White Oak/Silver Cream etc,etc,..... from $10.95 a Square Foot.

                                White Oak Trims and Thresholds to complete the job. All matched up by our stone experts prior to shipping. Pictures available upon request or simply order a sample. Our Collection is online: here.

                                Do not be confused by huge distributors and their confusing names. Buy direct. How is explained here.

                                It is a great looking product. If you ever make it to the Four Seasons in Disney World it covers that entire hotel.

                                It is a maintenance free stone. Really is hassle free and going in my kids bathroom at some point!


                              Elmarie Hill wrote:Feb 5, 2016
                              ideas for my small kitchen

                              - stylish

                                meagan434 wrote:Feb 7, 2016
                                  maggiegirl9 wrote:Feb 7, 2016
                                  What color is the floor tile. If not gray shade. Does it come gray

                                    Nancy Woodworth wrote:Mar 21, 2016
                                    Do you know what color the paint is?

                                      bh050530 wrote:Mar 23, 2016
                                        ejdancer wrote:Apr 18, 2016
                                        • nclendenon
                                          The door is open. You just can't see it.
                                        • Natalie S
                                          Ours is like this and we used the half wall to put the niche to keep products out of sight.
                                        t_corrin wrote:Apr 24, 2016
                                          btorrao wrote:May 1, 2016
                                            ryanbredemeyer wrote:May 13, 2016
                                            sqeeker112 wrote:Jul 5, 2016
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                                              Artistic Tile & Stone

                                              This bathroom was custom designed and custom cut by Artistic Tile and Stone in collaboration with one of our Interior Designer Clients. Inquiries may be addressed to Cynthia@877arttile.com.

                                            • PRO
                                              The Builder Depot

                                              Bedrosians are calling this stone Ashen Gray. Other companies White Oak it is a great product except for the confusion over the names. Ann Sacks calls it Silver Cream, other call is silver cloud, another. It is all from the same quarry/region. The names are all part of marketing confusion to presumably justify the high prices. Not entirely sure.

                                              This is a beautiful marble but it is relatively inexpensive. Here are some examples:

                                              Call it what you will! White Oak or Silver Cream it is $6.75 a Square Foot for the 12x24" tile. Here. With the amount of containers we buy, the quality is excellent as we are the only Google Trusted Store to actually be selling it.

                                              We have some great room scenes of the 12x24" and even a blog post of it being installed with out Whisper White Arabesque Tile in the shower here.

                                              Mosaics and trims make a great collection and we have them all from $10.95 a Square Foot.

                                              Mosaics of White Oak/Silver Cream etc,etc,..... from $10.95 a Square Foot.

                                              White Oak Trims and Thresholds to complete the job. All matched up by our stone experts prior to shipping. Pictures available upon request or simply order a sample. Our Collection is online: here.

                                              Do not be confused by huge distributors and their confusing names. Buy direct. How is explained here.

                                              It is a great looking product. If you ever make it to the Four Seasons in Disney World it covers that entire hotel.

                                              It is a maintenance free stone. Really is hassle free and going in my kids bathroom at some point!

                                            tamburns1029 wrote:Aug 3, 2016
                                            Shower dimensions?

                                            - What size is the shower?

                                              radadz wrote:Aug 10, 2016
                                              What company makes the fixture hanging over the tub?

                                              - What company makes the fixture hanging over the tub?

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